Screenings on Presidents' Day and Surprise Encores


As the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival enters its final week, the buzz is growing about our surprise encore screenings. For the first time, AJFF is offering another chance for you to catch the most popular films of the festival. Tickets are still available for such hits as Dough, Serial (Bad) Weddings, Apples from the Desert, and Belle and SébastienFull list of encore screenings and tickets >>

Presidents' Day at AJFF: Movies for the Whole Family
With most schools closed for Presidents' Day, we invite you and your family to experience the best the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has to offer, including these inspiring films...

  • Deli Man - A mouthwatering salute to 160 years of gastronomic bliss.
  • Once in a Lifetime - A dedicated high school history teacher taps lessons of the Holocaust to motivate her students.
  • Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa - A powerful profile of a hero of South Africa's struggle for democracy and racial equality.
  • Zemene - A ten-year-old Ethiopian girl with a life-threatening condition crosses path with Dr. Rick Hodes in this moving story of how one person can transform lives.

Chelsea Clinton's Film Debut
Chelsea Clinton makes her filmmaking debut with an interfaith documentary on Muslim-Jewish relations in Of Many, part of our Shorts Program 3. Get your tickets >>

Laughs, Nostalgia in Deli Doc
Food is the great unifier. Actor Jerry Stiller and CNN's Larry King talk about how deli food shaped who they are and their Jewish identity in Deli Man. Get your tickets >>

Last Chance to See Israeli Academy Award Winner
An endearing and unexpected comedy, The Farewell Party tells the story of residents in a nursing home helping a friend with end of life decisions. Get your tickets >>

An Unlikely Friendship in The Last Mentsch
To remember his past, an aging Holocaust surviver enlists the help of a young Turkish girl to help him recover his Jewish identity. Get your tickets >>